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York-based UNTHA launches new finance packages to unlock industry growth

North-Yorkshire-based industrial shredding specialist UNTHA UK has launched a range of new finance packages to help unlock the growth potential of the country’s waste and recycling operators. The flexible finance routes – offered by UNTHA Finance and underwritten by Close Brothers Asset Finance – have been devised to reflect the ever-changing

Leading glassmaker appoints Smith Brothers for grid connection

Elland-based power engineering contractor Smith Brothers has been appointed by Europe’s leading flat glass manufacturer Saint-Gobain Glass, to connect its East Riding industrial site to the Northern Powergrid (NPg). Part of the Saint-Gobain Group – a global designer and producer of construction materials and solutions – Saint-Gobain Glass is the principal

Jet Aire appoints national key account manager

Leeds-based Jet Aire Services has appointed John Richmond as national key account manager to drive continued growth in the company’s drainage and civil engineering business throughout the UK. John joined Jet Aire as business development manager in 2017 and his substantial contribution to an outstanding year of sales revenue has earned

MBA Engineering secures latest ISO certification

MBA Engineering, a supplier of laser cutting and metal fabrication equipment, has received the latest ISO Standards for Quality Management (9001: 2015) certification from United Registrar of Systems (URS), following stringent assessment. The ISO standard 9001: 2015 is an international business standard that specifies criteria for documentation, implementation and certification of management quality

University of Leeds students win WSP design competition

A group of students from The University of Leeds have won a design competition led by professional services and engineering consultancy, WSP, to develop a new masterplan that will transform Bishopsgate Goodsyard in Shoreditch into a mixed use development. This year marks the fourth instalment of the design competition, also known

Budding engineers across Yorkshire invited to get careers on track

Budding engineers in Yorkshire are invited to visit the brand new National College for High Speed Rail on Carolina Way, for its open day next week, where they can find out about the training opportunities and employer connections offered at the largest of five new government-backed, employer-led national colleges. 2018 is

SES Engineering Services’ Hovercraft Challenge inspires York’s budding female engineers

With the government declaring 2018 The Year of Engineering, SES Engineering Services (SES) has set out to inspire the next generation of female engineers by hosting its annual Hovercraft Day challenge at The Mount School. Returning for a fifth year, the action-packed event proved that girls from eight local schools across

Graduate trainee success

Hambleton District Council’s first graduate accounting trainee has become a fully fledged accountant! Laura Kaye has completed her four year training programme – which is part of a wider initiative from the authority which supports local businesses who take on apprentices and graduates. Laura graduated from De Montfort University in 2012 with

River Humber tunnelling machine named after first female civil engineer

National Grid’s new 160m long, 510 tonne tunnelling machine has been christened Mary, after Mary Fergusson, the first female fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers. The name was chosen by Kasey Doney, eight, a pupil at Paull Primary School near Hull, who is pictured with a section of the machine